Highlands Nature Camps
The Highlands Center’s programs are a meaningful way for children of all ages to spend time learning about nature in an informative and playful setting. These creative programs all take place at the Highlands Center’s 80-acre campus in the Prescott National Forest, two miles from Highway 69. Discovering the mysteries of the animals, plants, and land of the Highlands often inspires a new love and understanding of nature among campers.
What to expect in the Highlands Center’s Programs:
- Innovative and engaging learning activities in the woods
- Investigation of insects, birds, mammals and plants
- Discoveries through fascinating stories from the land
- Observing the connections of the natural world individually and with peers
- Recording memories through writing and drawing
Fall Break Camp
October 9th -13th
For 6 – 12 year-olds
This year’s Fall Break Nature Camp will focus on all things living in the chaparral, forest, meadow, and stream ecosystems.
Knee High Naturalists
Spring and Fall
For 3 and 4 year-olds
Explore the Prescott National Forest with your Knee High Naturalist and open your eyes to the ‘little big world’ of the Central Arizona Highlands.
Highlands Nature Camp Scholarship Policy
Scholarships are limited to one scholarship per child per year, whether it is for one Spring or Fall Break program, Summer Camp, or Knee-High Naturalists sessions. Scholarships are limited to two children per family per year.
For additional questions on scholarship applications please call 928.776.9550